Results 1–20 of 112 for speaker:Sir Beville Stanier

Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of s. 32 of Finance Act, 1896.) (21 Jun 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move "That the Clause be read a Second time." We find that under the Finance Act, 1896, if you want to redeem the Land Tax you have to give thirty times the sum assessed, and we move that it should be 17 instead of 30. The reason of that is this. In the Tithe Act under which we are now working, the tithe has been redeemed at 17 years. If you can redeem tithe at 17 years, we contend...

Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Payment of Super-tax by instalments.) (21 Jun 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move "That the Clause be read a Second time." This is another Clause that I have been asked to move by the Land Owners' Association. The effect of it is that we ask that Super-tax may be divided and paid in two instalments in the same way as Income Tax is paid.

Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Payment of Super-tax by instalments.) (21 Jun 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: It would not be lost. Payment would be postponed.

Orders of the Day — IMPORTATION OF PLUMAGE (PROHIBITION) (No. 3) BILL.: Clause 3. — (Appointment of advisory committee.) (10 Jun 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: I support the Amendment because I think it would be very much fairer if we had three experts in ornithology on the committee. In addition there would be three experts in the feather trade and four other members.

Orders of the Day — IMPORTATION OF PLUMAGE (PROHIBITION) (No. 3) BILL.: Clause 3. — (Appointment of advisory committee.) (10 Jun 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: I hope we shall be able to make the Amendment so that we could have three ornithological experts in addition to the three experts in the feather trade and the four other members. The balance would then be equally divided.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (19 Apr 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: Is it not a fact that they were given last year, if the right hon. Gentleman will refer back?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (19 Apr 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: I am sorry that the Minister is not in the House, because I was very anxious to ask him some questions regarding the report of the Committee, to which he called attention, with respect to the investigation of the staffing and methods of work of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, of which Committee I had the honour of being chairman. We went into many questions which the Ministry has...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (19 Apr 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: Will they be the same as the tariff of the companies?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. (19 Apr 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: Which Committee recommended that?

Orders of the Day — Corn Sales Bill (15 Apr 1921)

Sir Beville Stanier: Representing as I do the division of Ludlow, I do not think I should be silent after the way in which my predecessor always advocated this reform. I thoroughly endorse everything he said in byegone years. We cannot do better than follow the many points that he made. Reference has been made to the question of weights. It must be remembered that every farmer must have a set of weights on his...

Orders of the Day — Ireland.: Murders and Reprisals. (24 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to second the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill: Clause 7. — (Compensation for Dis- turbance.) (19 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move, in Sub-section (5, b), after the word "has" ["unless the tenant has before the termination"], to insert the words "not less than six months." The reason I move this Amendment is to follow the request of the Minister in charge of the Bill that we should get the Bill as clear as possible and without complications. There is not the shadow of doubt that this is a highly complicated...

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill: Clause 7. — (Compensation for Dis- turbance.) (19 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: If the hon. and learned Gentleman will agree to two months, I will withdraw the Amendment.

Part Ii.: Clause 7. — (Compensation for Disturbance.) (17 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to Second the Amendment. I think that this matter is one which ought to receive the serious consideration of the House. I regret to say that on my own estate I had such a case, and the other tenants sent mo a resolution asking me to end the tenancy of that farm. I did that, but if this Bill had been then an Act I should have been penalised far doing so. I do not think that any landlord...

Part Ii.: Clause 7. — (Compensation for Disturbance.) (17 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: It was proved in Court.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: Clause 4. — (Amendment of Section 9 of Corn Production Act, 1917.) (16 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move, in paragraph (iv. 2A, b,) to leave out the words "any expenses reasonably incurred by him in so doing" and to insert instead thereof the words "the reasonable cost of executing such work in a proper and workmanlike manner." What I want to do is to get at the actual cost of the work, and, to put it as shortly as I can, to exclude the expense of the Minister's officers.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: Clause 4. — (Amendment of Section 9 of Corn Production Act, 1917.) (16 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move, in paragraph (iv, 2B), after the word "repairs" ["tenant to execute the repairs"], to insert the words "in a proper and workmanlike manner." I do not think any explanation of this Amendment is necessary.

Orders of the Day — Agriculture Bill.: Clause 4. — (Amendment of Section 9 of Corn Production Act, 1917.) (16 Nov 1920)

Sir Beville Stanier: I beg to move, at the end of paragraph (iv, 2B), to insert the following new paragraph: (v) For the words in Sub-section (3) from "after the prescribed notice may," to "adapting such land for cultivation," both inclusive, there shall be substituted the words "(a) if the occupier is a tenant by order determine the tenancy of the holding or any part thereof. The idea is that the owner-occupier...


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